The University of Notre Dame Australia

The University of Notre Dame Australia was founded in the year 1989. This university is present in the Western Australian port city of Fremantle. This university has "strong friendly links" with the American University of Notre Dame present in Notre Dame, Indiana, but still they are separate institutions. More number of students from the Notre Dame in America takes part in a study aboard program at the Fremantle campus.

This university has its campuses in Fremantle, Broome, Western Australia, and in 2 more locations in Sydney and New South Wales.

The Fremantle and Broome campuses form the smallest university in Western Australia with just over 7000 enrolled students. However, according to percentage growth terms, it is one among the fastest growing universities in Australia.

This university formed its first campus in Sydney in the suburb of Chippendale in the year 2006. The swiftly expanding campus takes up a part of the complex of St. Benedict's Church. There are more than 6000 students enrolled in various faculties such as arts, business, law and nursing courses. In the year 2008, the first legion of students started at the new buildings for the schools of medicine and nursing, Darlinghurst campus. Education in Australia is the first choice of most of the overseas students and so is this university.